LCME Doesn’t Have to Be Hard
You have a lot to do in your role at a medical school, and LCME becomes a huge knot that you have to untangle. We’re on a mission to make LCME accreditation easy… yes, EASY!
“Christner Strategies has been instrumental in our continuous quality improvement efforts. They have established a program that I could implement well ahead of our site visit so that we will not be scrambling at the last minute. Lisa provided exceptionally detailed reviews of our readiness status with helpful summaries that we could take action on. I would highly recommend the Christner Strategies team for your accreditation needs.”
Monica Lypson, MD MHPE
Vice Dean for Education
Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons
Rolf H. Scholdager Professor of Medicine
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
About Dr. Jenny Christner
I’m Jenny Christner, CEO of Christner Strategies.
I have been privileged to be a part of academic medicine for over 20 years. Moreover, I have learned that I love helping taking the stress off of medical school personnel that often comes from LCME accreditation. Your school CAN have a successful accreditation visit, and we can help get you there.
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Element 2.3 - Access and Authority of the Dean The dean of a medical school has sufficient access to the university president or other institutional official charged with final responsibility for the medical school and to other institutional officials in order to...
LCME Element 1.1 - Focusing on Continuous Quality Improvement A medical school engages in ongoing strategic planning and continuous quality improvement processes that establish its short and long-term programmatic goals, result in the achievement of measurable...
Element 12.5: Non-Involvement of Providers of Student Health Services in Student Assessment/Location of Student Health Records
Element 12.5 - Non-Involvement of Providers of Student Health Services in Student Assessment/Location of Student Health Records The health professionals who provide health services, including psychiatric/psychological counseling, to a medical student have no...